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There are two active IIC chapters in North America where the IIC has looked at issues such as innovation, investment incentives and internet governance as well as policy and regulatory decision making in the emerging and developed American markets.

Upcoming Events from Americas

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29th April 2021
Online Meeting Small Nations Regulators’ Forum Knowledge Café 2021 (Invitation only)

Latest from Americas

Intermedia
WASHINGTON: RESTART AGENDA 15.03.2021
Intermedia
IIC EVENTS: INTERNATIONAL REGULATORS FORUM 15.03.2021
News
EU's AI White Paper prompts concerns
Von der Leyen proposes EU-US ‘Common Technology Council’ 26.01.2021
News
US decides against retaliation over digital taxes – for now 08.01.2021
Publication
Summary Report: Annual Washington DC Conference – The restart agenda (Online) 31.12.2020
News
Large-scale US cyber-attack ‘ongoing for months’ 21.12.2020
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Past Events from Americas

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8th - 10th December 2020
Online Event Annual Washington DC Conference: The restart agenda (Online)
20th October 2020
Online meeting IIC Webinar: Digital transformation post COVID-19: LatAm responses to the digital divide
14th October 2020
Online meeting IIC US Chapter Webinar: American life in the midst of crisis: How people are using technology as their lives are upended
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